“7 Ways To Improve Small Business Organization” 

The Right Planning



How is it that a few successful small businesses are now making up to 60% more profits...but other small business owners aren’t getting the secret?

The answer could stun you. 

I see many small business owners, who have shut their ears to sound advice. They assume you’re a telemarketer when you call. They don’t listen because they don’t need another sales gig.

But every few calls away, there is a hidden secret...a call from a genuine person who wants you to succeed. 

Besides, I’m just like you. I’m a small business owner. And I make a brief call to find out if you want to boost your profits too. 

So next time you get a call from business coach Houston, who wants to let you in on the secret, listen before you decide. 

You have more to gain...more than you think.

In this post I want to talk to you about small business planning. It’s about your organizational planning.

You need to organize your business to learn how to grow a business.  If you are struggling, get help from our business coach services.

Now let’s take a look at the 7 easy steps to make your organization planning work for you.

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1) Make a List of Positions

Write down the titles for the work people are doing right now. Inside that document, describe:

  1. The purpose of the role
  2. Connections to others inside the company
  3. Responsibilities
  4. KPIs
  5. Skills
  6. Commitment

This will create a virtual workflow method. Using this method, create an organizational chart.

2) Add New Positions

Add any new positions. Create new ones that will fill gaps in moving work forward. 

3) Use an Organizational Chart

Divide the chart into 3 or more columns. Then list the job titles for three types of people – ones who drive, ones who are accountable and those that report.

4) Fill Names

Now, fill the names in the empty boxes of the chart. These are names of people currently doing the roles in the chart.

5) Decide on Changes

Decide if you need to change people in these roles. You could find out that developing the chart opened new area for people.

6) Reassign Chart

Now, interview people to find out if they fit the roles in the chart. If they do, assign them to the right roles. If they don’t, figure out how to include them in new roles that adds value to the organization.

7) Set Up Agreements

Develop non-compete or non-disclosure agreements as necessary. You may need to also develop agreements for contractors.

These 7 steps will help you grow your business quickly. 

Want even faster results? Are you ready to discover how? Call 281.410.5375 to grow your small business.

Written by Suresh Iyengar, P.E., President, Business Unit Execution LLC––“Explosive Business Coaching Houston Results For Small Business”. Want even faster results? Are you ready to discover how? Call 281.410.5375 and speak to your Profitability Coach Houston


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